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Jun 11, 2009 code4lib.org
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1. Build A Connector Online Now : the Connector Framework Firefox extension / Mike Taylor (IndexData) 2. Code4Lib Annual Award for Some Sort of Good Software (that should probably be open source) / Eric Lease Morgan 3. WordPress Extensions for Research Guides/Blogs / Katherine Lynch (Drexel University Libraries) 4. Flash (SSDs are gonna save everyone of us) / Toke Eskildsen 5. AutoIt for fun and profit / Becky Yoose (Miami University...of Ohio) 6. (Reprise) Flash (SSDs are gonna save everyone...
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A Bookless Future for Libraries: A Comedy in 3 Acts Footage of the speaker was inadvertently not captured.
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Jun 11, 2009 code4lib.org
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If You Love Something...Set it Free
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Jun 11, 2009 code4lib.org
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1. The eXtensible Catalog Project, David Lindahl 2. Scriblio: Social Library System, Casey Durfee 3. Enjoysthin.gs, Mark Matienzo 4. E-Matrix: An [open source] ERM, Emily Lynema 5. Alex 4: Yet Another Incarnation, Eric Morgan 6. CrossRef, Geoffrey Bilder 7. Summon, John Law 8. LucidFind, Erik Hatcher 9. Making Distributed Configuration Simple with the TORUS, Mike Taylor 10. TORUS Implemented, Jakub Skoczen 11. Zoia's FOAF Support, Michael Klein and Jonathan Brinley 12. Biblio, Andrew Ashton 13....
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Jun 11, 2009 code4lib.org
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Day One Keynote Address
Topics: hammer, index data
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Jun 8, 2009 code4lib.org
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A scholar walks into your archive and asks âwhat do you have for me?â You point to your finding aids and set them a-slogging. What if they could orient themselves to, and interact with, the collection dynamically online? What if they could see the connections between collections, series, even items? We will present our latest approach to showcasing the breadth and depth of media collections using rich cataloging and data visualization techniques. -- Chris Beer, WGBH Interactive; Courtney...
Topics: code4lib, 2009, WGBH
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Solr enabled great innovation and prompted even more. But they are still just OPACs. Users want much more than a library catalogue alone can provide. This presentation shares some of the experience, code, and techniques used to embed a multiplicity of extension points in to an OPAC interface in a consistent way that can be built upon by others. From author videos to LibraryThing Common Knowledge by way of an audio page reader and beyond. -- Richard Wallis, Talis
Topics: code4lib, 2009
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Jun 5, 2009 code4lib.org
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FreeCite is an open-source Ruby On Rails application that parses document citations into OpenURL-style fielded data. You can use it either as a web application or through a RESTful Web API. We will explain some difficulties we encountered in developing FreeCite, describe the current architecture, discuss some of the enhancements we would like to see and explain how you can run your own server and/or improve the FreeCite software. -- Chris Shoemaker, Public Display
Topics: code4lib, 2009, citation parser
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Jun 5, 2009 code4lib.org
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Y'all have been using Solr for a good couple of years now. It rocks - we know that. But there is always room for improvement. Rapid fire, Erik will go through a number of ways to improve existing Solr usage in performance, relevancy, and user interface. -- Erik Hatcher, Lucid Imagination
Topics: code4lib, 2009, solr
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Jun 5, 2009 code4lib.org
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We wanted search result faceting at our library. Just the basics with tags for material type, author and such. We found a suitable hammer and now have distributed faceting for 100 million documents with 10 times that number of unique tags. All in sync with Lucene indexes. We had to cheat a bit, but you don't see that when we wave our hands. We'll talk about why brute force and cheating is fine. -- Toke Eskildsen & Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen, State and University Library, Denmark
Topics: code4lib, 2009, faceting
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Jun 5, 2009 code4lib.org
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When vendors talk about FRBRization they usually mean grouping manifestations into works. When we talk about FRBR, we mean something far richer and rewarding. What FRBRization algorithms are available and in use now, how well do they work, and how do they present the relationships? We'll look at the LC FRBR Display Tool, OCLC's work-set algorithm, LibraryThing's user-contributed groupings, and VTLS's system. We'll discuss their benefits, flaws, and what we need for the future. -- Jodi...
Topics: code4lib, 2009, FRBR
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This talk will detail how to extend biblios, the open source web based metadata editor. It will show how to implement two possible enhancements to biblios: 1) develop a network storage folder which uses CouchDB as its backend and 2) develop an editor which supports editing Dublin Core records. The goal of this talk is to empower other developers to extend and improve biblios. -- Chris Catalfo, LibraryThing
Topics: code4lib, 2009, biblios, metadata editor
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Jun 5, 2009 code4lib.org
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At UVA, Blacklight is more than an open source OPAC; it also provides a unified discovery framework for items from our institutional repository, our art museum, and our geospatial data repository, and each kind of object has appropriate specific behaviors. This talk will discuss how we put this together, and how you can too. -- Bess Sadler, University of Virginia
Topics: code4lib, 2009, Blacklight
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Jun 5, 2009 code4lib.org
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This presentation will be a progress update on the design of the Open Library Environment. At the time of the conference, business process modeling workshops will have been completed, thus allowing for presenting how the service-oriented architecture is taking shape. There will also be details on how to participate in the project. -- Timothy McGeary, Lehigh University
Topics: code4lib, 2009, OLE, Open Library Environment
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May 29, 2009 code4lib.org
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What kind of dummy would volunteer to do a presentation on a product he hasn't even tried before? Perhaps the kind that has three weeks off from work in Dec./Jan. Or, perhaps the kind that hopes others will join him in this radical experiment. I'm very interested in learning more about djatoka so propose to share what I learn over the next two months in a twenty minute presentation. -- Kevin S. Clarke, Appalachian State University; John Fereira, Cornell University
Topics: code4lib, 2009, djatoka
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Building on Galen Charlton's investigations into distributed version control systems for metadata management, I was going to offer a prototype system for managing archival finding aids in EAD (Encoded Archival Description). My prototype relied on distributed version control and uses post-commit hooks to initiate indexing and publishing processes. However, I ran into some serious barriers in my implementation, and my talk will focus on the fundamental problem of algorithmically diffing and...
Topics: code4lib, 2009, ead
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May 28, 2009 code4lib.org
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Simple Web Service Offering Repository Deposit (SWORD) is a lightweight protocol for depositing repository objects over HTTP, developed by the JISC. SWORD is a profile of the Atom Publishing Protocol (RFC 5023), geared to the digital library community. This presentation will discuss the SWORD specification, highlighting how it could be used to provide a deposit API for your repository infrastructure. -- Ed Summers & Mike Giarlo, Library of Congress
Topics: code4lib, 2009, sword
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Need to move your data from your DBMS to Lucene? The recently released LuSql allows you to do this in a single line. LuSql is a high performance, low use barrier application for getting DBMS data into Lucene. This presentation will introduce LuSql, and give a brief tutorial on simple to crazy complicated use cases, including per document sub-queries and out-of-band document transformations. -- Glen Newton, CISTI, National Research Council
Topics: code4lib, 2009, lusql
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Jangle is an open specification to apply the Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub) to library systems and data. It provides a simple RESTful interface that can be accessed with common Atom Syndication and AtomPub clients making it easier to integrate library data into other applications. This presentation will describe the architecture of Jangle, show how it works and give some ideas as to how it could be used for common integration problems. -- Ross Singer, Talis
Topics: code4lib, 2009, atompub, jangle
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May 27, 2009 code4lib.org
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The promise of Linked Data is not that it is another way of aggregating data. For too long have library data been trapped within data-silos only accessible through obscure protocols. Why is access to library data still an issue? Letting everyone access and link to library data lets anyone build the next killer app. LIBRIS, the Swedish Union Catalogue is, since the beginning of this year, available as Linked Data. We discuss how and why. -- Anders Soderback, National Library of Sweden
Topics: code4lib, 2009, linked data, libris